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Local High Schools Weigh in on Trap Shooting Controversy


Measles Outbreak Spreads, Northland Health Officials Vigilant
A rash is one symptom of measles. It typically starts on the face and chest and then spreads.

Cliffs' CEO Remains Skeptical Chippewa Capital Partners will have Success

Mesabi East Sweeps LSC's Battle of the Bots

Storm Downs Trees in Porkies, Closes Key Attractions
A late-season winter storm is causing damage at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.

Big Lake Trap Shooting Team Photo Will Be Included in Yearbook After All
Big Lake High School trap shooting team

Wisconsin DOJ, Feds, Police Set Up Drug Take Back Day
Drug Take Back day in Wisconsin

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Uber, Lyft Launching in Duluth This Week
Uber is launching service in Duluth this week.

April Ice Storm Freezes Northland

Duluth School Board Postpones Boundary Analysis Vote

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Site in Nashwauk, August of 2012
Chippewa Capital Partners Win Auction for Equity in Essar Project
FILE - Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is seen in this view from an observation tower in the park.  Exploratory drilling for a potential copper mine was conducted on the park's boundary this winter.
Bill Would Change Rules for Small Western UP Copper Mines
Wisconsin lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow crime victims to block the release of video from police body cameras.
Wis. Bill Would Let Victims, Witnesses Block Body Camera Releases
Bill Banning Abortion Coverage for Wis. State Workers Advances
The highways in blue will have speed limits increased to 65 mph by mid-November.
Speed Limit Rising to 65 on Several Western UP Highways
A basic income pilot program will be tested in Thunder Bay and two other Ontario cities.
Thunder Bay to be Part of 'Basic Income' Test
15-year Sentence for Shooter at Black Lives Matter Protest
Alcohol Use Among Wis. Senior Citizens on the Rise
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2 US Troops Killed in Afghanistan

Pentagon Gets More Flexibility on Iraq, Syria Troops

Trump Says He Won't Pull US Out of NAFTA

Trudeau: Happy to Engage Regularly with Trump

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's happy to engage regularly with U.S. President Donald Trump on a broad range of issues.

Facing Deadline, Most Wisconsin Dairy Farms Find New Buyer


South Dakota Man Claims He Found Mouse in Coca-Cola Can

Big Lake Trap Shooting Team Photo Will Be Included in Yearbook After All

Wisconsin DOJ, Feds, Police Set Up Drug Take Back Day

Beer Stores Near Reservation May Have to Close, Despite Ruling

Michigan Legislature Sends Federal Funding to Flint

Crews Search Mississippi River for Missing U of M Student

15-year Sentence for Shooter at Black Lives Matter Protest

Cliffs' CEO Remains Skeptical Chippewa Capital Partners will have Success

Site in Nashwauk, August of 2012

Chippewa Capital Partners Win Auction for Equity in Essar Project

FILE - Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is seen in this view from an observation tower in the park.  Exploratory drilling for a potential copper mine was conducted on the park's boundary this winter.

Bill Would Change Rules for Small Western UP Copper Mines

UMD's Olley to Compete on USA D2 Volleyball Tour of Brazil

UMD Volleyball

Wilderness to face Aberdeen in NAHL Central Division Finals

Zach Mills of the Minnesota Wilderness

Looking to Fill Hole on OL, Packers Sign Veteran Jahri Evans

UND's Ryleigh Houston to Continue Hockey Career With UMD Women's Team

Ryleigh Houston was a freshman on the North Dakota women's hockey team in 2016-17 and she will continue her college hockey career at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Animal Allies: Billie


Three Women Nominated for 2017 Port Cities 'Woman of the Year'

'The History of Medicine' Event this Thursday at Karpeles Museum

Miller Hill Mall and Skyline Lanes Team Up to Fight Breast Cancer

Duluth East Daredevils Gearing Up for Robotics World Championships

Community Leaders, Survivors Speaking Out to Raise Awareness of Sexual Assault

Animal Allies: Asia

Jamar Maurice Smith pleaded not guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm and bail jumping.

Man Charged in Connection With Superior Shooting Pleads Not Guilty


Juveniles Confess to Vandalism at Bayview Elementary

Timber Industry Welcomes Lumber Tariffs; Trudeau Warns of 'Thickening Border'

State Awards $24K for Ashland 'Fab Lab'

Council Unanimously Approves Duluth Traverse Trail Master Plan

Minn. House Passes Tougher Abortion Restrictions

Fraser Reaches Settlement after Incident that Fatally Injured Worker

Measles Outbreak Spreads, Northland Health Officials Vigilant
A rash is one symptom of measles. It typically starts on the face and chest and then spreads.
Uber, Lyft Launching in Duluth This Week
Uber is launching service in Duluth this week.
Legal Team Says 'Bachelor' Star Acted Reasonably after Crash
Attorneys for former Bachelor star Chris Soules say he acted reasonably after a crash.  Soules is charged with leaving the scene of a deadly accident.

Local 'Shark Tank' Competition Sparks Innovation in UMD Students

A local twist on a popular reality TV show drew a lot of attention at UMD on Monday. The Entrepreneur Shark Tank competition was judged by a panel of Duluth business professionals and offers cash prizes for the top three business ideas with a first place prize of $1,500.


Superior Mayor Demands City Councilor's Resignation or Removal

At a press conference in City Council chambers, Superior Mayor Jim Paine had harsh words for Councilman Graham Garfield. Garfield faces a felony charge and three misdemeanors after an alleged incident at his residence on Thursday evening.


Search for Level 3 Sex Offender has Ended

The Minnesota Department of Corrections says Level 3 predatory offender Michael Costa has been taken into custody in California.  Costa was on Intensive Supervised Release when he left his residence in Rochester and disappeared.


Proposal Would Allow Homemade Baked Goods Sales in Wisconsin

The sale of homemade baked goods in Wisconsin would be allowed under a bill being circulated in the state Senate.


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Mich. House Passes Bills Disallowing Party Names, Logos on Ballots
Party names and logos would no longer be seen on ballots under a bill advancing in the Michigan Legislature.

Bill Would Discipline Hecklers at UW Speeches
Hecklers at speeches at UW-Superior and other UW campuses would face discipline under a bill circulating at the Wisconsin capitol.

Trudeau: Happy to Engage Regularly with Trump
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's happy to engage regularly with U.S. President Donald Trump on a broad range of issues.

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Storm Downs Trees in Porkies, Closes Key Attractions
A late-season winter storm is causing damage at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.

Study: Lake Michigan Has Plenty of Food for Asian Carp
A federal study says invasive carp, like this silver carp captured in the St. Croix River, would have plenty to eat if they got into Lake Michigan.

Wolf Pup Born in Missouri Offers Hope for Endangered Breed

Study Shows How Chronic Wasting Disease Spreads in Wisconsin

Clean Water Advocates Trickle in to State Capitol

Moose Population Explodes on Isle Royale as Wolves Decline
The moose population on Isle Royale is surging as the wolf population fails to regenerate.

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